Course Information

Course Fee

For an individual offer please contact our academy team: [email protected]

Skill Level



Approx. 3.5 hours

Unleash your potential in managing processes

This exciting e-learning will help you understand key BPM concepts and explore the features of BIC Process Design step-by-step.
Discover the potential of different diagram types to help you create robust business process models. These diagrams simplify complex processes and show you how modern businesses work.
You will be able to create diagrams, integrate additional information into your processes, and efficiently manage BPM content using publication workflows.

Discover how BIC Process Design can help you improve your processes!
BIC Process Design for Authors

By the end of this course, you'll have learned how...

  • BPM fundamentals help you
    better fulfill your
    process management role.

    You will gain basic knowledge of BPM and BIC's user management. These insights will enrich your understanding of your role in process management.

  • to create simple diagrams,
    particularly VCDs, in BIC.

    Create high-value business process management content by using Value Chain Diagrams. VCDs offer a user-friendly visual representation of complex business processes and are often used for process landscapes or high-level overviews.

  • to create detailed
    processes by using BPM

    The diagrams you will learn to create will enable you to depict the main steps of a business process. This will provide you with a clear comprehension of how the process works, the necessary decisions to be made, and the suitable actions required to successfully complete the process.

  • to maintain additional
    business process information for diagrams and objects.

    Enhance your process models with so-called attributes that can include information such as descriptions, governance roles, attachments and many more.

  • to publish and depublish
    BPM content.

    By understanding the different types of publication and depublication workflows, you can ensure the organization's access to all relevant processes. This enables controlled information management.

Marie Bernert &
the GBTEC-Team

As a member of our Academy team, Marie plays an important role in shaping the educational experiences we offer. With her knowledge in course design, she collaborates closely with subject matter experts to develop comprehensive and visually captivating training programs. She enjoys tackling complex topics, giving people the opportunity to delve into areas they might normally shy away from. With this latest course, developed in collaboration with our subject matter experts, she aims to support your personal and professional growth related to process management and digital transformation. Get ready to embark on an exciting learning journey with us!

Marie Bernert
[email protected]

What's inside this course...

    1. What you can expect from this course

    1. What you need to know as a process modeler

    2. The database principle

    3. Repositories and stages

    4. Understanding your BPM role

    5. Quiz

    1. Transferring the multi-level concept into BIC

    2. Creating categories and structuring content

    3. Task - Creating categories

    1. Diagram types in BIC

    2. Value Chain Diagrams (VCD)

    3. Create.Save.Check in

    4. Place, edit and align symbols

    5. Free form symbols and formatting

    6. Navigating within the editor

    7. Task - Modeling a process landscape (VCD)

    1. Overview BPMN 2.0

    2. Pools and lanes

    3. Events and activities

    4. Gateways

    5. Creating a BPMN sequence flow

    6. Adjusting the sequence flow

    7. Task – Modeling diagrams (BPMN)

    8. Master data in modeling

    9. Data objects

    10. Roles

    11. Applications

    12. Risks and controls

    13. Task - Modeling further artifacts (BPMN)

    1. What are attributes?

    2. Most important model attributes and how to maintain them

    3. Most important object attributes and how to maintain them

About this course

  • Contact us for an individual offer
  • 39 lessons
  • 3.5 hours